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The Witcher 3 Blood and Wine Expansion is Better than the Base Game
CD Projekt RED released Hearts of Stone, the first paid DLC for The Witcher 3. The expansion was received really well and is probably better than most games released in the past year.
So, expectations from the next expansion Blood and Wine are high, it is something fans are looking forward to this year. Developer CD Projekt RED is putting everything they have into making sure they do justice to the standards fans have come to expect.
RED stated that the upcoming expansion is going to be amazing, even better than the base game. Blood and Wine is going to add 20 hours of new gameplay to The Witcher 3, which is more than most $60 AAA games offer. RED is one of those studios you don’t feel is ripping you off.
Blood and Wine, a 20-hour tale that will introduce the all-new in-game region of Toussaint, will take Geralt to a land untainted by war, where an atmosphere of carefree indulgence and knightly ritual masks an ancient, bloody secret.
The Witcher 3 itself was a massive game and even if you played it for a few hours, you would appreciate the work put into this title by those 1,500 developers who worked on it day and night, creating a 136 square km map.
It was revealed that 820,000 word script was used for The Witcher 3 and 16,000 animations brought the characters to life. The game has won countless awards and took out Fallout 4 and Metal Gear Solid V for Game of the Year award.
There isn’t a solid release date for the next expansion but we are expecting Blood and Wine sometime in the first half of 2016.